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PlayStation’s Days of Play Sale Rumored to Return Next Week

Rumor has it that PlayStation’s annual Days of Play sale is making a comeback next week. That’s right, we’re talking discounts on hardware, software, and services. This is the kind of stuff that gets my wallet shaking in fear but my gaming heart pumping with excitement.

According to the legendary dataminer billbil-kun, who has a pretty solid track record, the Days of Play 2024 will kick off on May 29 and run until June 12. If history has taught us anything, this sale usually brings some of the most significant discounts on PlayStation stuff.

Remember the 30% off PlayStation Plus subscriptions back in 2020? Or last year’s 25% discount? Yeah, those were some sweet deals, and I’m crossing my fingers we see something similar this year. Because, let’s be real, who doesn’t love saving money on gaming?

What Could Be on Sale?

Now, let’s talk about the potential highlights of this sale. First off, hardware discounts. This might be your golden opportunity if you’ve been eyeing that new PS5 or some accessories. Software-wise, expect a mix of recent hits and classic titles. Sony loves to throw in a few surprises, so keep your eyes peeled.

God of War Ragnarok might be announced for PC this month in even more exciting news. That’s right, Kratos and Atreus could be coming to a PC near you. I can already hear the PC Master Race celebrating. This is huge, especially for those who’ve been holding out for a PC release.

Sony is reportedly planning a PlayStation product showcase in May. This could be where we get the official confirmation about Days of Play and maybe even that God of War Ragnarok PC release. And if that’s not enough to get you hyped, we might also see something about Silent Hill 2. I mean, c’mon, Silent Hill 2! It’s been ages since we’ve heard anything about it.

And for those who subscribed to PlayStation Plus, May’s Game Catalogue and Classics titles dropped this Tuesday. We’re talking about heavy hitters like Red Dead Redemption 2, Deceive Inc., and Crime Boss: Rockay City. Plus, some nostalgic classics like 2Xtreme, G-Police, and Worms Pinball. It’s a solid lineup, so make sure to check those out.

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